Once the obvious first two rounds are drafted, the GM of your tiny team must begin to look deeper into your own knowledge of the sport.
Players begin to be less of stars and more knowledge is needed. The stats from previous years can often lie; you often try to stay away from losing records by pitchers, and hitters that were injured or didn't hit more than 20 home runs or hit over .275.
Heres a hint for you: If the pitchers switch teams, the ERA will stay the same but the win column will improve.
If the hitter was hurt, 75 percent of the time he will get better. If he didn't hit more than 20 home runs but showed a good amount of speed and a good average, chances are that the player is young or was on the bench for a good amount of the season and is ready for a big year.
Here are five players that might get overlooked, but just might deserve a start on your team.